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Texas is experiencing a rapid surge in economic activity, population growth and infrastructure needs. That growth has meant new oil and gas pipelines, large diameter water pipelines, roads, railways and high-voltage-power lines all across the state. But to obtain the land from property owners, pipeline companies, government agencies and electric-transmission companies rely on the power of eminent domain and the condemnation process.

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